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SOLD !!!! FN SCAR 17S Carbine Semi-Automatic 308 Winchester 16" 20+1 Syn Stk Black

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by Zardoz, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. Zardoz

    Zardoz Central Washington Member

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    Listing this for Moxee. sold for $580
    Pm and we will send contact info. Prefer FTF deal.
    FN SCAR 17S Carbine Semi-Automatic 308 Winchester 16" 20+1 Syn Stk Black To quote the net "Experience the long range accuracy, downrange power, exceptional reliability and match winning versatility of the FN SCAR 17S, the semi-auto only version of the U.S. Special Operations Command's newest service rifle. Chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO (308 Win.), the SCAR 17S features a freefloating, cold hammer forged MIL-SPEC barrel with hard chromed bore. Fully ambidextrous operating controls instantly adapt the SCAR 17S to any user or any shooting position. The receiver integrated MIL-STD 1913 optical rail plus three accessory rails enable mounting of wide variety of scopes, electronic sights, tactical lights and lasers. The telescoping, sidefolding polymer stock is fully adjustable for comb height and length of pull, making it ideal for Heavy Metal 3-Gun matches. "
    PM us and thanks for looking!
     
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  2. patmcd44

    patmcd44 Seattle New Member

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    Condition?
     
  3. moxee

    moxee eastern wa New Member

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    New never fired
     
  4. Zardoz

    Zardoz Central Washington Member

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    what he said
     
  5. Zardoz

    Zardoz Central Washington Member

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    no longer available
     
  6. Zardoz

    Zardoz Central Washington Member

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    no longer available
     
  7. Zardoz

    Zardoz Central Washington Member

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    no longer available
     
  8. Jumpkix

    Jumpkix Portland New Member

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    Can someone say ripoff? :)
     
  9. Bentbarrel

    Bentbarrel Tigard Member

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    If you post pictures we can at least drool over it! :laugh:
     
  10. Zardoz

    Zardoz Central Washington Member

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    Let's see if we get this right, list an item for a friend that is priced at the gun broker fair market value, get criticized by persons with no feedback, apparently who have not prepared for this and are too late or have no funds to afford to buy it anyway instead of letting those who could and can afford this item go about their business.
    To the member above guess you can snivel all you want, those who know you know who you really are.

    Now to define price gouging (BTW this item is NOT an essential item it is a luxury item!) according to the net:

    Price gouging is a pejorative term referring to a situation in which a seller prices goods or commodities much higher than is considered reasonable or fair. This rapid increase in prices occurs after a demand or supply shock: examples include price increases after hurricanes or other natural disasters. In precise, legal usage, it is the name of a crime that applies in some of the United States during civil emergencies. In less precise usage, it can refer either to prices obtained by practices inconsistent with a competitive free market, or to windfall profits. In the Soviet Union, it was simply included under the single definition of speculation.

    The term is similar to profiteering but can be distinguished by being short-term and localized, and by a restriction to essentials such as food, clothing, shelter, medicine and equipment needed to preserve life, limb and property. In jurisdictions where there is no such crime, the term may still be used to pressure firms to refrain from such behavior.

    The term is not in widespread use in mainstream economic theory, but is sometimes used to refer to practices of a coercive monopoly which raises prices above the market rate that would otherwise prevail in a competitive environment.[1] Alternatively, it may refer to suppliers' benefiting to excess from a short-term change in the demand curve.

    As a criminal offense, Florida's law[2] is an example. Price gouging may be charged when a supplier of essential goods or services sharply raises the prices asked in anticipation of or during a civil emergency, or when it cancels or dishonors contracts in order to take advantage of an increase in prices related to such an emergency. The model case is a retailer who increases the price of existing stocks of milk and bread when a hurricane is imminent. It is a defense to show that the price increase mostly reflects increased costs, such as running an emergency generator, or hazard pay for workers.

    WOW none of this definition applies here so if the market in these times warrant it the item will sell if not back in the box it will go!

    So much for our soap box!:poke::poke::poke:
     
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